Our top articles from May include highlights from the 2022 State of Staffing Benchmarking Report, rankings of top companies from Forbes and DiversityInc, and the latest episodes of The Staffing Show.
A large majority (78.6%) of staffing industry professionals expect their firms to grow by double digits, according to this year’s State of Staffing Benchmarking Report. This is the highest rate since we launched the first State of Staffing report in 2016.
Todd Duclos joined The Staffing Show to talk about the current staffing shortage and the importance of staying resilient in the face of challenges. This conversation also touches on the changing needs and desires of today’s workforce.
Randstad made DiversityInc’s list of Top 50 Companies for Diversity this year. The company jumped to the #21 spot after coming in at #30 in 2021, and also made an appearance on a few specialty lists such as “Top Companies for Black Executives” (#5), Top Companies for People with Disabilities” (#5), and “Top Companies for Veterans” (#6).
#4. Dan Pollock, CEO of Advantis Global and Advantis Medical Staffing, on Providing Paths to Promotion
Dan Pollock joined The Staffing Show to talk about his experience leading a high-growth company that focuses on the in-demand professions of IT and healthcare. He touches on how to create company culture in the era of remote work and also notes how providing a path to promotion led to higher retention of his employees.
Three lists published by Forbes ranked Robert Half, Korn Ferry, and Kelly Services among the top recruiting and staffing agencies. The lists are based on nominations from more than 31,000 recruiters and 6,900 job candidates and human resources managers who worked with recruitment agencies.